EndNote is referencing software that enables you to create a library of references (author, title, etc) from your readings.
EndNote interacts with word processing programs like Word and lets you insert your references into a Word document and automatically format them correctly in your chosen reference style.
EndNote allows you to organise:
To use EndNote successfully you need to invest some time in learning to use the program. Unless your course involves a significant amount of literature searching you may find it more efficient to create your references manually. If you're unsure about whether to use EndNote you can contact a Librarian in your subject library for more information.
Note that the EndNote Oxford style is currently being reviewed to accomodate recent changes to the style.
To use EndNote for referencing in Oxford you must configure EndNote with the proper UWA Oxford style. In coordination with the UWA History Department, the Information Services has created an EndNote UWA Oxford style file for History staff and students.
To configure EndNote with the Oxford style:
Once you have downloaded the UWA Oxford style and selected it to use in your EndNote library, EndNote will automatically apply the new style. Styles for specific journals can be found either in your EndNote styles folder or can be downloaded from the EndNote site. Please review the Help with Downloading before downloading EndNote files.
NOTE: you must have downloaded the EndNote program to your computer in order to make use of the style file. For complete information about style files and the EndNote program please read the EndNote Guide.
To use Endnote to insert footnotes into your Word document:
For more information you could use the information provided by the University of Queensland Library